We adore tea time at The Antique Guild!
European silver tea implements
Dutch 833 silver (export mark) tea caddy with a Neoclassical scene of a putto driven chariot drawn by an insect on both sides with a putto finnial measuring 5-1/2" tall with 3-1/2" long
Antique 19th century Continental silver tea strainer with playful cherubs and fruit and flowers, circa 1890s, 5-1/2" by 3-1/2" $300.00
German Hanau sterling silver tea caddy with English import marks circa 1899 with Neoclassical scenes including the round top, measuring 5-1/2" tall and 2" by 2-1/4" at base
19th Cenury Sterling Tea Caddy Spoons/Scoops
Sterling tea caddy spoon by Gorham (Art & Crafts) with elements of Celtic knot in the design, circa 1880s, measuring 3-3/4" long
Sterling silver tea caddy shovel with Dutch .833 silver hallmarks with a turned wooden treen handle circa 1870s, measuring 4"
Sterling English tea caddy spoon, early 19th century with feather edging and a lion rampart crest, measruing 3-3/4" long
Vintage sterling silver cow cream pitcher marked Sterling Germany measuring 5-1/2" from nose to tail and standing tall 3-1/4" from the end of horn to her hooves;-) with the bee on the back of the hignged lid and the pour spout emanating from the muzzle, circa 1930
Sterling Tea Balls
Sterling tea ball in the shape of a teapot with a chain and ring (4-1/4") by International, circa 1915, measuring 3" long from spout to handle
Sterling tea strainer by International in the form of a three legged pot with the spout pin insert, measuring 1-1/8" tall and 1-7/8" across
Egg-shaped sterling tea ball infuser with chain by Wallane, circa 1915, measuring 1-3/4" with the chain and ring 4-1/4" long